ttomtucker

Port Townsend, WA

Have been collecting antique telephones since 1965, but I like all kinds of antiques and collectables, furniture, lamps, Coca-Cola, military uniforms, advertising.

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C.P.O. Club Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dinner Menu 1952 - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Red, White, Blue Independent Telephone Sign - Telephonesin Telephones
Early Boat Tail Car - Classic Carsin Classic Cars
Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Mfg. Wall Intercom - Telephonesin Telephones
Mobil Gas Man Stand - Petrolianain Petroliana
Fairmont Creamery Company Sign - Signsin Signs
Wet Cel Battery Jar - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Telephone Operator 10.5 Pound Breast Plate and Harness - Telephonesin Telephones
American Cheese & Coca-Cola - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Organ Stool - Furniturein Furniture

Comments

  1. Contact Phoneco Inc in Galesville, WI, they will have the part your looking for.
  2. I believe this directory was reproduced during the 100 anniversary of the telephone in 1976. The Pacific Telephone Company Yellow Page Directory sales force were giving these directory to there advert...
  3. Thanks for the information, very interesting story
  4. Phonoboy, This is the only photo I have of this car. I'm guessing a early 1920's Essex boat tail
  5. Thank you buckethead
  6. I would think so, thanks blunderbuss2
  7. That was Ebay and sold for a good price. Condition has a lot to do with the price.
  8. WW2 , It's a right arm rate issued before 1948
  9. Very interesting when I worked for GTE I use to see these coin boxes all the time in the coin telephone dept.
  10. I agree there not a common sign and 110 is a good buy for this sign.
  11. Most I have seen are from the East Coast collectors, several had work for NET&T or SNET&T. We don't see these signs on the West Coast. Going by the telephone sign collectors book, it states " This Bel...
  12. I have seen several of these signs in telephone collectors hands. The die-cut Bell logo Local & Long Distance is one of the harder signs to find.
  13. I had a M1 carbine manufactured by International Business Machine Co. known today as IBM
  14. Thanks you aghcollect, nutsabotas
  15. This sign was used by the Bell System from 1921 to 1939, not a common sign, but consider rare. value depends on condition.
  16. Your sign was used by the Bell System from 1921 to 1939. They came in two sizes 18 & 12 inch, also two colors white with blue letters like your or blue with white letters. These signs were used all o...
  17. This trunk has some hardware on it
  18. Great barber globe
  19. Your desk telephone was manufactured in the 1980's by Cortelco of Corinth, Mississippi.
  20. Yes it's a copy of AG Bell's 1878 Butterstamp wall telephone.
  21. Have you been to the "Barbed Wire Capital of the World" at Lacrosse, KS interesting museum to see.
  22. They were called glamour girl head vase from the 1950's, some are marked on the bottom "Glamour Girl".
  23. The drawers have been modified to work as a parts box. check my post for a white sewing machine.
  24. Thanks everyone for your comments.
  25. Used on the sides of a treadle sewing machine
  26. Thank you officialfuel for your love. I'm happy to add this rare one to my collection
  27. Thanks you lilykittycat
  28. Thank you biqoucaillouvintage for you love
  29. there on Ebay between 19.99 to 69.99
  30. Manufactured by American Telecommunication Corp, El Monte, CA in the 1970's This model was called the French Provincial. Bell Telephone company used it as there design line telephones.
  31. Most of these two box wall telephone like yours were manufactured by Bell Telephone Company of Antwerp, Belgium. This phone looks like someone converted this phone to dial later on.
  32. No cover was used on this lighting arrester, The only cover I have seen is on a North Electric top loader.
  33. The old logo is a LM Ericsson of Stocklolm, Sweden, the company had a factory for a short period of time in New York. you can locate these parts through Phoneco or The olde Telephone Company there bot...
  34. Manufactured in the 1930's by Western Electric Company model 1317. one of the last wooden magneto wall phones produced by this company.
  35. Your oak Western Electric wall phone is model 1317, manufactured around 1913.
  36. It's always a subject among collectors of old cars and or telephones. As the phone stands right now, you need a receiver cap, mouthpiece and a brass bell painted black. value about 100.00, if you rest...
  37. My dad USN retired was at Operation Ivy (1952) and Operation Castle (1954) The military also received these certificates.
  38. CC plate, County and City to operate in
  39. I don't think a battery would do it, it takes 90 volts to ring that bell
  40. My grandfather was station on the USS Kentucky BB-6 during World War 1
  41. fortapache, I was still installing these in the early sixty and seventy. no batteries came with these loud ringing bells, they worked off ringer generator.
  42. jscotto363, we had two red short hair doxies one male and one female, the male lived to be 14 and the female until she was 16 years old. we sure miss them.
  43. Boy they were loud
  44. Love that Dachshund breed
  45. I agree with pickrknows, I have a oak dinning room table with six of these chairs. I bought the set back in 1985.
  46. PDM, It's not a repro, but it's in great condition
  47. Thank you kerry10456
  48. Nice collection and display
  49. The eagle is facing right so it's a lower deck rating
  50. Great badge
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